7 Tools Successful Teachers Use to Motivate Their Learners
How do you teach personally and effectively when it's all online? Here are seven tips we've observed from the most successful teachers that will help you stay engaged with your online learners.
“I want to teach in church, but I’m not sure about my motives,” a friend shared as we sat on my living room floor, our earnest discussion juxtaposed with toddler babble and plastic toys.
How to Write Discussion Questions
Whether you're teaching a Sunday school class, a book study, or a homeschool group, asking useful discussion questions will help your group in three key ways...
How to Make Your In-Person Discussion Soar
I’m no pilot. But I imagine flying a plane is a little like leading a discussion. A 970,000-pound metal tube throttles through the sky...
4 Courses to Add to Your Belltower Library
In this blog, we're sharing four practical ways you can use Belltower courses in your church.
What's Next? 4 Thoughts on the Future of Church + Technology
At Pathwright, we imagine and debate how the church could use technology for learning just about every day. Last September, we decided to ask a group of our ministry partners and customers to join in the conversation during a live event.
The Shape of Church Learning and Discipleship
Before you read this, pause and take a look at everything you’ve learned in the past month. Take a close look at what you’ve learned...and done?